SeroTalk Podcast 90: Getting It Done!

Listen to SeroTalk Podcast 90: Getting It Done!


On this week’s podcast, Jamie Pauls interviews three guests. Our first guest is Dan Aranoff, a blind food critic from New York City who began his writing career by blogging about things that frustrated him and eventually turned his writing into a passion for food.

Our second guest is Michael Barnes, a gentleman who was frustrated with the difficulty he was having in playing some old DOS games by Rich De Steno on his Windows 7 computer and ended up co-developing an iOS app that allows the playing of these games on an iOS device.

Our third guest is Russell Rowland, a student who was initially reluctant to go to college but now embraces the experience and encourages others to make their dreams come true.

Finally, Serotek’s own Lisa Salinger explores some of the more confusing aspects of Microsoft Security Essentials available from among other places and demonstrates how to use the program effectively with any screen reader.

What do all of these stories have in common, you may ask? Each of our four guests saw a problem or a a challenge and tackled it head on. They didn’t take no for an answer and they didn’t let obstacles detour them from their goals.

We trust that this podcast will both entertain and inspire you as you listen.

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2 Responses to SeroTalk Podcast 90: Getting It Done!

  1. Luis Peña says:

    Jamie, I am getting tired of your podcasts concentrating too much on the IOS applications. I would like to see more coverage of Windows based apps. Afterall, Serotalk is a windows based company. My appologies for this constructive critisism. I hope you don’t mind it. Thanks. Luis

  2. David F says:

    Hi, this looks interesting. Never have been to this site. Would anyone doing the podcast know of any blind scopists out there. Food critic, wow. I need to check that out.

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